• Apigenin Chamomile Extract

Apigenin Chamomile Extract


Apigenin is a polyphenol, and is one of the flavonoids found in many of the foods consumed by humans. Technically, it is a flavone with three OH groups on it. Many fruits and vegetables contain this compound. It is reported to be at especially high levels in celery, parsley, Chinese cabbage, and bell peppers. Fruits that contain this flavonoid include cherries, apples, and grapes. It is also found in wine and tea, including chamomile.

Apigenin ≥98.00% HPLC
Appearance Light green powder Visual
Odor Characteristic Organoleptic
Taste Characteristic Organoleptic
Extract Solvent Ethanol & water GC-MS
Physical Characteristics
Particle Size NLT100%Through 80 mesh GB5507-85
Loss on Drying ≦1.0% CP2010
Ash content ≦1.0% CP2010
Residual Solvent <3000ppm GC-MS
Pesticide Residue
666 <0.2ppm GB/T5009.19-1996
DDT <0.2ppm GB/T5009.19-1996
ACEPHATE <0.2ppm GB/T5009.19-1996
Total Heavy Metals ≤10ppm Atomic Absorption
Microbiological Tests
Total Plate Count ≤1000cfu/g AOAC
Total Yeast & Mold ≤100cfu/g AOAC
E.Coli Negative AOAC
Salmonella Negative AOAC
Staphylococcus Negative AOAC